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The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court not to hear arguments in two cases on its March calendar about the Trump administration's plan to remake Medicaid by requiring recipients to work. The Biden administration has been moving to roll back those Trump-era...

source: The Associated Press

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and AHCCCS, Arizona's state Medicaid agency, has announced a first-in-the-nation initiative that will make it easier for Medicaid members to get transportation to drive-through COVID-19 vaccination appointments....

source: STL.News

A Superior Court judge has upheld a legal decision that the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services fairly awarded prepaid health plans contracts for the state's initiative to reform managed care through Medicaid. DHHS announced...

source: Winston-Salem Journal

The massive pandemic relief bill that the House is likely to approve by the end of this week includes billions of dollars in new funding for government long-term services and supports (LTSS) for frail older adults and young...

source: Forbes

Abill that would have the state health department implement more methods of verifying the eligibility of those receiving benefits from public assistance programs passed an initial vote in the Montana Senate on Tuesday. All the...

source: Independent Record

Breast milk is sometimes referred to as "liquid gold." The nickname typically refers to the nutritional benefits of breast milk, but it's also a fitting nickname economically. In modern-day currency, breast milk can cost hospitals...

source: Nevada Current


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